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Wherever applicable appropriate, suitable assumptions should be made by the candidate.
Working notes should form part of the answer.
Question 1
A, B and C are partners of the firm ABC & Co., sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 5:3:2.
Following is the Balance Sheet of the firm as at 31.3.2008:
Balance Sheet as at 31.3.2008
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Partners’ capital accounts: Goodwill 1,00,000
A 4,50,000 Building 10,50,000
B 1,30,000 Machinery 6,50,000
C 1,70,000 Furniture 2,15,000
Investment fluctuation reserve 1,00,000 Investments (market value
Rs.75,000) 60,000
Contingency reserve 75,000 Stock 6,50,000
Long-term loan 15,00,000 Sundry debtors 6,95,000
Bank overdraft 2,20,000 Advertisement suspense 25,000
Sundry creditors 8,00,000
34,45,000 34,45,000
It was decided that B would retire from the partnership on 1.4.2008 and D would be admitted
as a partner on the same date. Following adjustments are agreed amongst the partners for
the retirement/admission:
(i) Goodwill is to be valued at Rs.5,00,000, but the same will not appear as an asset in the
books of the firm.
(ii) Building and machinery are to be revalued at Rs.10,00,000 and Rs.5,20,000 respectively.
(iii) Investments are to be taken over by B at the market value.
(iv) Provision for doubtful debts to be maintained at 20% on sundry debtors.
(v) The capital of the reconstituted firm will be Rs.10,00,000 to be contributed by the
partners A, C and D in their new profit sharing ratio of 2 :2 : 1.
(vi) Surplus funds if any will be used to pay the bank overdraft.

(vii) Amount due to retiring partner B will be transferred to his loan account.
(i) Revaluation Account;
(ii) Capital Accounts of the partners; and
(iii) Balance Sheet of the firm after reconstitution. (20 Marks)
(i) Revaluation Account
Rs. Rs.
To Building 50,000 By Investments 15,000
To Machinery 1,30,000 By Partners’ capital A/cs
(Loss on revaluation)
To Provision for doubtful A 1,52,000
debts 1,39,000
B 91,200
C 60,800 3,04,000
3,19,000 3,19,000
(ii) Partners’ Capital Accounts

Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

To Revaluation 1,52,000 91,200 60,800 - By Balance b/d 4,50,000 1,30,000 1,70,000 -


To Goodwill 50,000 30,000 20,000 - By Contingency 37,500 22,500 15,000 -

(W.N.2) Reserve

To A and B - - 1,00,000 1,00,000 By Investment 50,000 30,000 20,000 -

(W.N.3) fluctuation

To Investments - 75,000 - -

To Advertisement 12,500 7,500 5,000 - By C and D 50,000 1,50,000 - -

suspense (W.N.3)

To B’s Loan A/c - 1,28,800 - - By Bank 27,000 - 3,80,800 3,00,000

(Bal. fig.) (Bal.fig.)

To Balance c/d
(W.N.4) 4,00,000 - 4,00,000 2,00,000

6,14,500 3,32,500 5,85,800 3,00,000 6,14,500 3,32,500 5,85,800 3,00,000


(iii) Balance Sheet as at 01.04.2008

(After retirement of B and admission of D)
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Partners’ capital Building 10,00,000
accounts (W.N.4)
A 4,00,000 Machinery 5,20,000
C 4,00,000 Furniture 2,15,000
D 2,00,000 Stock 6,50,000
Long term loan 15,00,000 Debtors 6,95,000
B’s loan 1,28,800 Less: Provision for
doubtful debts 1,39,000 5,56,000
Sundry creditors 8,00,000 Cash at bank (W.N.1) 4,87,800
34,28,800 34,28,800
Working Notes:
1. Bank Account
Rs. Rs.
To A’s capital A/c 27,000 By Balance b/d
(Overdraft) 2,20,000
To C’s capital A/c 3,80,800 By Balance c/d
(Bal. fig.) 4,87,800
To D’s capital A/c 3,00,000
7,07,800 7,07,800
2. Goodwill, already shown in the Balance Sheet of Rs. 1,00,000, is firstly written off
and then an adjusting entry is passed for revalued goodwill of Rs. 5,00,000 in
sacrificing and gaining ratio of partners. This treatment is given based on the para
36 of AS 10, which states that goodwill should be recorded in the books only when
some consideration in money or money’s worth has been paid for it.
3. Calculation of sacrificing and gaining ratio
Partners New share Old share Share Sacrificed Share Gained
A 2 5 2 5 1
- 
5 10 5 10 10
B 3 3
10 10

C 2 2 2 2 1
5 10 5 10 5
D 1 1
5 5
Adjusting Entry
Rs. Rs.
C’s Capital A/c Dr. 1,00,000
D’s Capital A/c Dr. 1,00,000
To A’s Capital A/c 50,000
To B’s Capital A/c 1,50,000
4. Capitals of A, C and D as per new ratio Rs.
Total Capital of the firm after admission 10,00,000
A’s share = 2 4,00,000
10,00,000 
C’s share = 2 4,00,000
10,00,000 
D’s share = 1 2,00,000
10,00,000 
Question 2
Following are the summarised Balance Sheets of A Ltd. and B Ltd. as at 31.3.2008:
Particulars A Ltd. B Ltd.
Share capital: Equity shares 10 each (fully paid up) 10,00,000 6,00,000
Securities premium 2,00,000 -
General reserve 3,00,000 2,50,000
Profit and loss account 1,80,000 1,60,000
10% Debentures 5,00,000 -
Secured loan - 3,00,000
Sundry creditors 2,60,000 1,70,000
24,40,000 14,80,000
Land and building 9,00,000 4,50,000
Plant and machinery 5,00,000 3,80,000
Investment (5,000 shares of B Ltd.) 80,000 -

Stock 5,20,000 3,50,000

Debtors 4,10,000 2,60,000
Cash at bank 30,000 40,000
24,40,000 14,80,000
The companies agree on a scheme of amalgamation on the following terms:
(i) A new company is to be formed by name AB Ltd.
(ii) AB Ltd. to take over all the assets and liabilities of the existing companies.
(iii) For the purpose of amalgamation, the shares of the existing companies are to be valued
as under:
A Ltd. = Rs.18 per share
B Ltd. = Rs.20 per share
(iv) A contingent liability of A Ltd. of Rs.60,000 is to be treated as actual existing liability.
(v) The shareholders of A Ltd. and B Ltd. are to be paid by issuing sufficient number of
shares of AB Ltd. at a premium of Rs.6 per share.
(vi) The face value of shares of AB Ltd. are to be of Rs.10 each.
You are required to:
(i) Calculate the purchase consideration (i.e., number of shares to be issued to A Ltd. and B
(ii) Pass journal entries in the books of A Ltd. for the transfer of assets and liabilities.
(iii) Pass journal entries in the books of AB Ltd. for acquisition of A Ltd. and B Ltd.
(iv) Prepare the Balance Sheet of AB Ltd. (16 Marks)
(i) Statement showing calculation of purchase consideration
(Number of shares)
A Ltd. B. Ltd.
Existing shares 1,00,000 60,000
Less:Shares held by A Ltd. 5,000
1,00,000 55,000
Value per share Rs.18 Rs.20
Total value Rs.18,00,000 Rs.11,00,000
No. of shares to be issued at a premium of Rs.6 per
share i.e. Rs.16 (10+6) 1,12,500 shares 68,750 shares

Rs. Rs.
Share capital 11,25,000 6,87,500
Add: Securities premium 6,75,000 4,12,500
Total purchase consideration 18,00,000 11,00,000
(ii) Journal Entries in the books of A Ltd.

Rs. Rs.
Realisation A/c Dr. 24,40,000
To Land & building A/c 9,00,000
To Plant & machinery A/c 5,00,000
To Stock A/c 5,20,000
To Sundry debtors A/c 4,10,000
To Investments A/c 80,000
To Bank A/c 30,000
(Being assets transferred to Realisation A/c)
Profit and loss A/c Dr. 60,000
To Creditors A/c 60,000
(Being contingent liability treated as real liability)
10% Debentures A/c Dr. 5,00,000
Creditors A/c Dr. 3,20,000
To Realisation A/c 8,20,000
(Being transfer of liabilities to Realisation A/c)

AB Ltd. Dr. 18,00,000

To Realisation A/c 18,00,000
(Being the purchase consideration accounted for)
Share in AB Ltd. A/c Dr. 18,00,000
To AB Ltd. 18,00,000
(Being purchase consideration received)
Share Capital A/c Dr. 10,00,000
Securities premium A/c Dr. 2,00,000
General Reserve A/c Dr. 3,00,000
Profit and Loss A/c Dr. 1,20,000

Realisation A/c Dr. 1,80,000

To Shareholders A/c 18,00,000
(Being transfer of balances to shareholders’ account)
Shareholders A/c Dr. 18,00,000
To Shares in AB Ltd. 18,00,000
(Being closure of shareholders a/c)
(iii) Journal Entries in the Books of AB Ltd.
Rs. Rs.
Land & building A/c Dr. 9,00,000
Plant & machinery A/c Dr. 5,00,000
Stock A/c Dr. 5,20,000
Debtors A/c Dr. 4,10,000
Bank A/c Dr. 30,000
Goodwill A/c Dr. 2,60,000
To 10% Debentures A/c 5,00,000
To Sundry creditors A/c 3,20,000
To Liquidator of A Ltd. A/c 18,00,000
(Being the purchase consideration of A Ltd. accounted for)
Land & building A/c Dr. 4,50,000
Plant & machinery A/c Dr. 3,80,000
Stock A/c Dr. 3,50,000
Debtors A/c Dr. 2,60,000
Bank A/c Dr. 40,000
Goodwill A/c Dr. 90,000
To Secured loan A/c 3,00,000
To Sundry creditors A/c 1,70,000
To Liquidator of B Ltd. A/c 11,00,000
(Being purchase consideration of B Ltd. accounted for)
Liquidator of A Ltd. A/c Dr. 18,00,000
To Equity share capital A/c 11,25,000
To Securities premium A/c 6,75,000
(Being shares issued to Liquidator of A Ltd.)

Liquidator of B Ltd. A/c Dr. 11,00,000

To Equity share capital A/c 6,87,500
To Securities premium A/c 4,12,500
(Being shares issued to Liquidator of B Ltd.)

(iv) Balance Sheet of AB Ltd.

(After amalgamation of A Ltd. & B Ltd.)
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Share capital: Goodwill (2,60,000 + 90,000) 3,50,000
1,81,250 Equity shares of 18,12,500 Land & building 13,50,000
Rs.10 each fully paid up
(above shares have been Plant & machinery 8,80,000
issued for consideration Stock 8,70,000
other than cash)
Securities premium 10,87,500 Sundry debtors 6,70,000
10% Debentures 5,00,000 Cash at bank 70,000
Secured loan 3,00,000
Sundry creditors 4,90,000
41,90,000 41,90,000
Question 3
(a) On 11.11.2007 the premises of Rocky Ltd. was destroyed by fire. The following
information is made available:
Stock as on 1.4.2006 3,75,000
Purchases from 1.4.2006 to 31.3.2007 5,20,000
Sales from 1.4.2006 to 31.3.2007 8,55,000
Stock as on 31.3.2007 2,00,000
Purchases from 1.4.2007 to 11.11.2007 3,41,000
Sales from 1.4.2007 to 11.11.2007 4,35,500
In valuing the stock on 31.3.2007, due to damage 50% of the value of the stock which
originally cost Rs.22,000 was written off.
In June, 2007 about 50% of this stock was sold for Rs.5,500 and the balance of obsolete
stock is expected to realize the same price (i.e., 50% of the original cost).

The gross profit ratio is to be assumed as uniform in respect of other sales. Stock
salvaged from fire amounts to Rs.11,500.
Compute the value of stock lost in fire.
(b) From the following prepare General Ledger Adjustment account in Debtors Ledger and
Debtors Ledger Adjustment account in General Ledger:
Balance as on 1.4.2008
Debit balances in Debtors ledger 2,46,200
Credit balances in Debtors ledger 3,400
Transactions during the month of April, 2008
Credit sales 9,74,900
Sales return 21,700
Cash received from debtors 8,62,100
Discount allowed to debtors 39,200
Bills receivable received from debtors 51,200
Bills receivable dishonoured 3,500
Bills payable given to suppliers 27,000
Credit balance in Debtors ledger on 30.4.2008 5,200
(8+8=16 Marks)
(a) In the books of Rocky Ltd.
Trading Account for the year ended 31.3.2007
Rs. Rs.
To Opening stock 3,75,000 By Sales 8,55,000
To Purchases 5,20,000 By Closing stock (W.N.) 2,11,000
To Gross profit (Bal. fig.) 1,71,000
10,66,000 10,66,000

Gross profit ratio of 2006-2007 = Gross profit

 100
= Rs.1,71,000
 100
= 20%

Memorandum Trading Account

for the period 1.4.2007 to 11.11.2007
Normal Abnormal Normal Abnormal
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.
To Opening 1,89,000 11,000 By Sales 4,30,000 5,500
To Purchases 3,41,000 By Closing stock 1,86,000 5,500
To Gross profit
@ 20% 86,000
6,16,000 11,000 6,16,000 11,000
Computation of stock lost in fire:
Closing stock = Normal stock + Abnormal stock
= Rs. 1,86,000 +Rs. 5500
= Rs. 1,91,500
Less:Stock salvaged Rs. 11,500
Stock lost in fire Rs.1,80,000
Working Note:
Closing stock = Closing stock as given + Amount
written off
= Rs.2,00,000 +Rs. 11,000
= Rs.2,11,000
(b) In Debtors Ledger
General Ledger Adjustment Account
Date Particulars Rs. Date Particulars Rs.
1.4.2008 To Balance b/d 3,400 1.4.2008 By Balance b/d 2,46,200
1.4.2008 To Debtors 1.4.2008 By Debtors
to ledger to ledger
30.4.2008 adjustment 30.4.2008 adjustment
A/c: A/c:
Sales return 21,700 Sales 9,74,900
Cash B/R 3,500
received 8,62,100 dishonoured
Discount 30.4.2008 By Balance c/d 5,200
allowed 39,200

received 51,200
30.4.2008 To Balance c/d 2,52,200
(Bal. fig.)
12,29,800 12,29,800
In General Ledger
Debtors Ledger Adjustment A/c
Date Particulars Rs. Date Particulars Rs.
1.4.08 To Balance b/d 2,46,200 1.4.08 By Balance b/d 3,400
1.4.2008 To General 1.4.2008 By General
to ledger to ledger
30.4.08 adjustment 30.4.08 adjustment
A/c: A/c:
Sales 9,74,900 Sales return 21,700
B/R Cash
dishonoured 3,500 received 8,62,100
30.4.08 To Balance c/d 5,200 30.4.08 Discount
allowed 39,200
B/R received 51,200
By Balance c/d 2,52,200
12,29,800 12,29,800
Question 4
Following is the Receipts and Payments Account of Mayur Club for the year ended 31 st March,
Receipts Rs. Payments Rs.
Opening balance Payments:
Cash on hand 39,100 Sports materials 3,04,500
Cash at bank 50,000 Salaries 3,15,000
Receipts: Equipment purchased on 1.10.2007 60,000
Subscriptions Bank fixed deposits on 31.3.2008 1,50,000
For the year 2006-07 18,000 Rent 1,48,500
For the year 2007-08 9,63,000 Ground maintenance 22,120

For the year 2008-09 4,500 Insurance 38,400

Interest on bank Stationery 3,450
Fixed deposits @10% 45,000 Sundry expenses 5,880
Closing balance as on 31.3.2008
Cash on hand 31,750
Cash at bank 40,000
11,19,600 11,19,600
Following additional information is provided to you:
(i) The club has 220 members. The annual subscription is Rs.4,500 per member.
(ii) Depreciation to be provided on furniture at 10% p.a. and on sports equipment at 15% p.a.
(iii) On 31st March, 2008, stock of sports material in hand (after members use during the
year) is valued at Rs.78,000 and stock of stationery at Rs.3,150. Rent for 1 month is
outstanding. Unexpired insurance amounts to Rs.9,600.
(iv) On 31st March, 2007 the club had the following assets:
Furniture Rs. 2,70,000
Sports equipment Rs. 1,80,000
Bank fixed deposit Rs. 4,50,000
Stock of stationery Rs. 1,500
Stock of sports material Rs. 73,500
Unexpired insurance Rs. 8,400
Subscription in arrear Rs. 22,500
Note:There was no liability on 31.3.2007.
You are required to prepare:
(i) Income and Expenditure Account; and
(ii) Balance Sheet as at 31st March, 2008.
(16 Marks)
Mayur Club
(i) Income and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31.3.2008
Expenditure Rs. Income Rs.
To Sports Material By Subscription
used (W.N.2) 9,90,000
Opening stock 73,500 By Interest on fixed
deposit 45,000

deposit 45,000
Add: Purchases 3,04,500
Less: Closing
stock 78,000 3,00,000

To Salaries 3,15,000
To Rent 1,48,500
Outstanding 13,500 1,62,000
To Ground maintenance 22,120
To Insurance 38,400
Less: Unexpired on
31.3.08 9,600
Add: Unexpired on
1.4.07 8,400 37,200
To Stationery used
Opening stock 1,500
Add: Purchases 3,450
Less: Closing Stock 3,150 1,800
To Sundry expenses 5,880
To Depreciation on
Furniture 27,000
Sports equipment 31,500 58,500
To Excess of income
over expenditure 1,32,500
10,35,000 10,35,000
Balance Sheet as at 31 st March, 2008
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Capital fund: Equipments: Opening balance 1,80,000
Opening balance 10,95,000 Add: Addition 60,000

Add: Excess of 2,40,000

income over 1,32,500 12,27,500 Less: Depreciation (W.N.5) 31,500 2,08,500
Rent outstanding 13,500 Furniture: 2,70,000
Subscription received in advance Less: Depreciation 27,000 2,43,000
for 2008-09 4,500
Sports material 78,000
Stock of stationery 3,150
Fixed deposit in bank
(4,50,000 + 1,50,000) 6,00,000
Subscription in arrears:
For 2006-07 (W.N.3) 4,500
For 2007-08 (W.N.4) 27,000 31,500
Prepaid insurance (unexpired) 9,600
Cash on hand 31,750
Cash at bank 40,000
12,45,500 12,45,500
Working Notes:
1. Balance Sheet as at 31.3.2007
Liabilities Rs. Assets Rs.
Capital fund (Bal. fig.) 10,95,000 Sports equipment 1,80,000
Furniture 2,70,000
Sports materials 73,500
Stock of stationery 1,500
Fixed deposits in bank 4,50,000
Subscription in arrears 22,500
Prepaid insurance 8,400
Cash on hand 39,100
Cash at bank 50,000
10,95,000 10,95,000

2. Income on account of subscription Rs.

220 members @ Rs.4,500 each 9,90,000

3. Subscription still in arrears of 2006-2007

Opening balance of subscription in arrears (as on 1.4.2007) 22,500
Less:Arrears subscription of 2006-07 received during the year 2007- 18,000
Subscription of 2006-07 still in arrears as on 31.3.2008 4,500

4. Subscription in arrear on 31.3.2008

Subscription for the year 2007-08 9,90,000
Less: Subscription received for the year 9,63,000
Subscription in arrears for 2007-08 27,000

5. Depreciation on sports equipment

On Rs.1,80,000 @ 15% for full year 27,000
On Rs.60,000 @ 15% for 6 months 4,500
Total 31,500

6. Outstanding rent of 2007-2008

Rs.1,48,500 13,500
Outstanding rent =  1 month
11 months
Question 5
Answer any eight out of the following:
(i) Mr. A advanced Rs.30,000 to Mr. B on 1.4.2008. The amount is repayable in 6 equal
monthly instalments commencing from 1.5.2008. Compute the average due date for the
(ii) A company sold 25% of the goods on cash basis and the balance on credit basis.
Debtors are allowed 2 months credit and their balance as on 31.3.2008 is Rs.1,40,000.
Assume that the sale is uniform through out the year. Calculate the total sales of the
company for the year ended 31.3.2008.

(iii) In a concern, the opening provision for doubtful debts is Rs.51,000. During the year a
sum of Rs.10,000 was written off as bad debt. The closing balance of sundry debtors
amounts to Rs.6,30,000. It was decided that 10% of the debtors is to be maintained as
provision. Calculate the closing balance towards provision for doubtful debts and pass
journal entry for giving effect to the provision maintained.
(iv) How would you record a non-monetary grant received from the Government as per
AS 12?
(v) What is the accounting entry to be passed as per AS 10 for the following situations:
(a) Increase in value of fixed asset by Rs.50,00,000 on account of revaluation.
(b) Decrease in the value of fixed asset by Rs.30,00,000 on account of revaluation.
(vi) “One of the characteristics of financial statements is neutrality”- Do you agree with this
(vii) An industry borrowed Rs.40,00,000 for purchase of machinery on 1.6.2007. Interest on
loan is 9% per annum. The machinery was put to use from 1.1.2008. Pass journal entry
for the year ended 31.3.2008 to record the borrowing cost of loan as per AS 16.
(viii) What is Account current?
(ix) Domestic Assurance Co. Ltd. received Rs.5,90,000 as premium on new policies and
Rs.1,20,000 as renewal premium. The company received Rs.90,000 towards
reinsurance accepted and paid Rs.70,000 towards reinsurance ceded. How much will be
credited to Revenue Account towards premium?
(x) A loan outstanding of Rs.50,00,000 has DICGC cover. The loan guaranteed by DICGC is
assigned a risk weight of 50%. What is the value of Risk-adjusted asset?
(8 x 2 = 16 Marks)
Date of loan  Sum of months from the date of lending to repayment
(i) Average due date =
No. of instalments
(1  2  3  4  5  6)
= 1.4.2008 +
= 1.4.2008 + 3.5 months
= 16th July 2008
(ii) Debtors as on 31.3.2008 = Rs.1,40,000
Credit period allowed = 2 months
i.e. Debtors as on 31.3.2008 is standing for credit sales of February and March 2008

Credit sales per month = Rs.1,40,000/2

= Rs.70,000
Credit sales for the year 2007-2008 = Rs.70,000 × 12
= Rs.8,40,000
25 = Rs.2,80,000
Add: Cash sales 8,40,000
Total sales of the company for the year ended
31.3.2008 Rs.11,20,000

(iii) Closing balance of Sundry Debtors = Rs.6,30,000

Closing provision for doubtful debts to be = Rs.63,000
maintained @ 10%
Less:Opening Provision for doubtful debts = Rs.51,000
Additional provision to be maintained = Rs.12,000

Journal Entry
Profit and Loss A/c Dr. 12,000
To Provision for doubtful debts 12,000
(Being additional provision on doubtful debts maintained @ 10%)
(iv) According to para 7.1 of AS 12 ‘Accounting for Government Grants’, Government grants
may take the form of non-monetary assets such as land or other resources, given at
concessional rates. In these circumstances, it is usual to account for such assets at their
acquisition cost. Non-monetary grants given free of cost are recorded at a nominal
(v) Journal entries 
Rs. Rs.
(a) Fixed asset A/c Dr. 50,00,000
To Revaluation reserve A/c 50,00,000
(Being the increase in value of fixed asset
due to upward revaluation)

The journal entries given are on the assumption that the revaluation is done for the first time, for
that particular fixed asset.

(b) Profit and loss A/c Dr. 30,00,000

To Fixed asset A/c 30,00,000
(Being the decrease in net book value of
fixed asset due to downward revaluation)

(vi) Yes, one of the characteristics of financial statements is neutrality. To be reliable, the
information contained in financial statement must be neutral, that is free from bias.
Financial Statements are not neutral if by the selection or presentation of information,
they influence the making of a decision or judgement in order to achieve a pre-
determined result or outcome. Financial statements are said to depict the true and fair
view of the business of the organization by virtue of neutrality.
(vii) Rs.
10 = 3,00,000
Interest upto 31.3.2008 (40,00,000 × 9% × months)
Less:Interest relating to pre-operative period 3,00,000 × 7
= 2,10,000
Amount to be charged to P&L A/c = 90,000
Pre-operative interest to be capitalized = 2,10,000
Journal Entry
Machinery A/c Dr. 2,10,000
To Loan A/c 2,10,000
(Being interest on loan for pre-operative period capitalized)
Interest on loan A/c Dr. 90,000
To Loan A/c 90,000
(Being the interest on loan for the post-operative period)
Profit and Loss A/c Dr. 90,000
To Interest on loan A/c 90,000
(Being interest on loan transferred to P&L A/c)

(viii) Account current is a running statement of transactions between parties,

maintained in the form of a ledger account, for a given period of time and
includes interest allowed or charged on various items. It is prepared when
transactions regularly take place between two parties. An account current has
two parties – one who renders the account and the other to whom the account is

(ix) Rs.
Premium received in respect of new policies 5,90,000
Add: Renewal premium 1,20,000
Add: Re-insurance premium accepted 90,000
Less: Re-insurance ceded 70,000
Premium amount to be credited to Revenue A/c 7,30,000
(x) Loan outstanding Rs.50,00,000
Guaranteed by DICGC – Risk weight 50%
Value of risk adjusted asset Rs.50,00,000 × 50% = Rs.25,00,000

Question 6
Answer any four out of the following:
(a) When can an item qualify to be a prior period item as per AS 5?
(b) Ram & Co. acquired a motor lorry on hire-purchase basis. It has to make cash down
payment of Rs.1,00,000 at the beginning. The payments to be made subsequently are
Rs.2,63,000; Rs.1,85,000 and Rs.1,14,000 at the end of first year, second year and third
year respectively. Interest charged is @ 14% per annum. Calculate the cost price of
motor lorry and interest paid in each instalment.
(c) Explain Garner v/s Murray rule applicable in the case of partnership firms. State, when is
this rule not applicable.
(d) Albert Ltd. issued 50,00,000 Equity shares of Rs.10 each. The whole issue was
underwritten by A, B and C as below:
A 15,00,000 shares
B 25,00,000 shares
C 10,00,000 shares
Applications were received for 48,50,000 shares of which the marked applications were
as follows:
A 12,00,000 shares
B 25,00,000 shares
C 8,50,000 shares
Calculate the number of shares to be taken up by the underwriters.

(e) Explain the factors to be considered before selecting the pre-packaged accounting
(f) What are the items that are to be excluded in determination of the cost of inventories as
per AS-2? (4 x 4 =16 Marks)
(a) According to para 16 of AS 5 on ‘Net Profit or Loss for the Period, Prior Period Items and
Changes in Accounting Policies’, prior period items refers to those income or expenses,
which arise in the current period as a result of errors or omissions in the preparation of
financial statements of one or more prior periods. The term does not include other
adjustments necessitated by circumstances, which though related to prior periods, are
determined in the current period e.g., arrears payable to workers in current period as a
result of revision of wages with retrospective effect.
(b) Calculation of cost price and total interest to be paid on motor lorry
No. of Amount due at the time of Interest on cumulative Cash Price in
instalment instalment instalment each instalment
III 14
1,14,000 1,14,000 × = 14,000 1,00,000
II 14
1,85,000 2,85,000* × = 35,000 1,50,000

I 14
2,63,000 5,13,000** ×  63,000 2,00,000
Cash down payment 1,00,000
Total 1,12,000 5,50,000

* 1,00,000 + 1,85,000 = 2,85,000.

**2,63,000 + 1,50,000 + 1,00,000 = 5,13,000.
(c) In the case of dissolution of a partnership firm due to insolvency, Garner vs Murray rule
is applicable at the time of any partner becoming insolvent. It requires -
1. That the solvent partners should bear the loss arising due to insolvency of a partner
in their capital ratio after making adjustments for past accumulated reserves, profits
or losses, drawings, interest on drawings/capitals, remuneration to partners etc., to
the date of dissolution but before making adjustment for profit or loss on realization
in case of fluctuating capital. In case of fixed capital no such adjustments are

2. That the solvent partners should bring in cash equal to their respective shares of the
loss on realization.
This rule is not applicable when:
1. Only one partner is solvent.
2. All partners are insolvent.
3. The partnership deed provides for a specific method to be followed in case of
insolvency of a partner, then the conditions given in the deed would prevail.
(d) (Number of shares)
Gross Liability (3:5:2) 15,00,000 25,00,000 10,00,000
Less:Marked applications 12,00,000 25,00,000 8,50,000
3,00,000 Nil 1,50,000

Less:Unmarked applications in
3:5:2 ratio 90,000 1,50,000 60,000
2,10,000 (1,50,000) 90,000
Less: Surplus of B allocated to A
& C in 3:2 ratio 90,000 1,50,000 60,000
Number of shares to be taken up
by the underwriters 1,20,000 Nil 30,000
(e) There are many accounting softwares available in the market. To choose the accounting
software appropriate to the need of the organization is a difficult task, some of the criteria
for selection could be the following:
1. Fulfillment of business requirements: Some packages have few functionalities
more than the others. The purchaser may try to match his requirement with the
available solutions.
2. Completeness of reports: Some packages might provide extra reports or the
reports match the requirements more than the others.
3. Ease of Use: Some packages could be very detailed and cumbersome compare to
the others.
4. Cost: The budgetary constraints could be an important deciding factor. A
package having more features cannot be opted because of the prohibitive costs.
5. Reputation of vendor: Vendor support is essential for any software. A stable
vendor with good reputation and track records will always be preferred.

48,50,000 shares – (12,00,000 + 25,00,000 + 8,50,000) =3,00,000 shares.

6. Regular updates: Law is changing frequently. A vendor who is prepared to give

updates will be preferred to a vendor unwilling to give updates.
(f) Items that are to be excluded in determination of the cost of inventories as per para 13 of
AS 2 on ‘Valuation of Inventories’ are:
(i) Abnormal amounts of wasted materials, labour or other production costs.
(ii) Storage costs unless those costs are necessary in the production process prior to a
further production stage.
(iii) Administrative overheads that do not contribute to bringing the inventories to their
present location and condition; and
(iv) Selling and distribution costs.